Where Are KitchenAid Appliances Made?
KitchenAid appliances are manufactured in a variety of places, including several sites in the United States, Canada, India and China. KitchenAid stand mixers are manufactured in Greenville, Ohio, with some coffee grinders being made in India.
Additional sites of manufacture include South Carolina, Mississippi, Indiana, Arkansas, Ontario and Quebec. KitchenAid appliances are distributed throughout North America. All of the die-cast parts of the machines come from various places around the world and have been hand-worked to remove imperfections.
KitchenAid provides factory tours of its U.S. based facilities that it calls the KitchenAid Experience, conducted by line workers at the factories.